Over the past few years, I have found myself repeatedly debating the subject of hunting with someone I care deeply about. Like many close relationships, this person just happens to be the exact opposite of me when discussing topics such as philosophy and rights of hunters. If you asked her to describe me, she would say [...]
Spring is one of my favorite times of year. Just the other day I saw several new borns from pronghorn to wild horses. Here in the Wood River Valley—the season when hikers and bikers may start to see lone fawns or other seemingly abandoned wild infants in the backcountry. While thoughts of “Bambi” may tempt recreationists [...]
Memphis, Tenn. — Ducks Unlimited announced Wednesday afternoon that H. Dale Hall has been named the organization’s new chief executive officer
Brighton, Ill. (AP) – The U.S.
Cheyenne, Wyo. (AP) – A judge in Boise, Idaho, has extended the deadline for the U.S.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) – People killed 20 grizzly bears in north-central and western Montana in 2009, which is about average, the U.S
Felines Fatales: With something like 150 million free-ranging house cats wreaking havoc on our wildlife, the last thing we need is Americans sustaining them in the wild.
Cayuga, Ind. (AP) – Wildlife officials say an endangered whooping crane was fatally shot in western Indiana during its migration south.
Helena, Mont. (AP) – The state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission has tentatively adopted a rule to increase opportunities for resident and nonresident family members to hunt together in Montana.
Helena, Mont. (AP) – As many as 85 bighorn sheep could be shipped from Montana to Utah and Washington under a proposal endorsed by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission.